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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1909 – First flight of the Blériot XI, light and sleek monoplane constructed of oak and poplar. The flying surfaces were covered with cloth. One of the most successful monoplanes designed and built before WWI. 1929 – Clennell Haggerston “Punch” Dickins delivered the first airmail to Canada’s Northwest Territories on a flight into the high Arctic, travelling through […]
Families Still Await Closure of 1952 Alaska Glacier Crash

Families Still Await Closure of 1952 Alaska Glacier Crash

When news came last summer that old airplane wreckage discovered on Colony Glacier belonged to a massive C-124 Globemaster that crashed in 1952 with 52 members of the armed services aboard, it offered closure to some family members who had spent decades wondering about the fate of their lost loved ones. Now, six months after the […]

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FAA: Military Plane, Not UFO, to Blame for Sightings

FAA: Military Plane, Not UFO, to Blame for Sightings

The Federal Aviation Administration says a military aircraft was flying over Amherst, Mass., Jan. 8 when residents reported seeing a mysterious object flying silently overhead. However, a spokesman for an area military base said descriptions from town residents don’t match what he knows of the aircraft. Residents in the Amherst and Pelham area reported that between […]
Greatest Generation Group to Host Charity Auction

Greatest Generation Group to Host Charity Auction

Greatest Generation Aircraft,  a Fort Worth, Texas-based foundation that operates a pair of World War II aircraft, will host a charity auction on Saturday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Vintage Flying Museum hangar at 505 NW 38th Street. Among the many unique items set to roll across the auction block is […]

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The first of two YF-100A aircraft on its first flight. (Photograph courtesy of the National Museum of tahe United States Air Force)

The Hun Hits the Big 60

By Steve Pace The supersonic North American Aviation F-100 Super Sabre was a follow-on to its subsonic F-86 Sabre. But more importantly, it gave the U.S. Air Force, specifically its Tactical Air Command, the first turbojet-powered fighter cable of supersonic speed in level attitude flight, and this was proved during its very first test flight […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1907 – Douglas Corrigan, an American pilot later known as “Wrong Way” for his New York-Ireland flight in a Curtiss Robin, is born. 1926 – Spanish Dornier Do J Wal flying boat “Plus Ultra” takes off from Palos de la Frontera, in Huelva, Spain, to Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the first trans-Atlantic flight between Spain and South America. 1943 – Death […]

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94-year-old WWII Vet Flies P-51 Mustang

94-year-old WWII Vet Flies P-51 Mustang

At 94, Urban Rahoi is still flying airplanes, and he doesn’t plan to quit anytime soon. Rahoi’s latest exploit is piloting a P-51 Mustang, a World War II fighter plane he never had the chance to fly while serving as an Army Air Corps pilot during the war. Never one to pass up an opportunity, Rahoi […]
One of a Kind: Boyd Flying Craft Model C

One of a Kind: Boyd Flying Craft Model C

By Jay Miller During the heart of the Depression, a stunning number of one-offs and prototype aircraft were designed, and in many cases, built and test flown, under the most humble of circumstances. There were hundreds of these experimental, often homemade, flying machines created not only in hangars, but also in barns, tin sheds, wooden […]

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Gladiators Soar in F/A-18 Super Hornets

Gladiators Soar in F/A-18 Super Hornets

No doubt you’ve seen them overhead. Or, at the very least, heard them. U.S. Navy Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-106, also known as the Gladiators, are busy right now training the best fighter pilots of the Navy and Marines for war. Facing the Gladiators in the air is one of the last training regimes in a pipeline of […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1903 – Birth of Maximilien “Max” Conrad, known as the “Flying Grandfather”, American record-setting aviator. 1911 – U.S. Army Lt. Col. Paul Ward Beck sends the first wireless-telephonic message from an airplane, a Wright biplane flying over Selfridge Field northeast of Detroit, Mich. 1930 – First complete airport lighting system online at Calgary Municipal Airport in Refrew, Alta., […]
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